Every year, different artists continue to push the boundaries of art and music, breaking new grounds in terms of the choreography and visuals. In 2020, several artists have continued entertaining the world with sick visuals, funny celebrity cameos, and incredible creativity through their videos. These artists can total up to thousands, depending on your favorite music genres. However, we’ve narrowed down only the latest music videos that are making headlines this year.
Arca – Nonbinary
For her first single in her upcoming album, KiCK i, Arca presents a thesis on her nonbinary, multifaceted identity. Over clanging bells and gunshots, she urgently raps against a world that’s trying to fix her in a single category. The video comes with graphics of Arca contorting her body through several weird CGI settings, including images of her pinned with shears to a mossy rock while naked.
This video presents the unsettling vision of self-reckoning, making it a visual feast for your eyes. You can enjoy the song on YouTube while browsing through wagering tips available at BetOclock. To check this out, click through this link and start learning the basics of calculating bets.
The Weeknd – Blinding Lights
With the music video directed by Anton Tammi, “Blinding Lights” features a beautiful combo of fast cars and ultra-violence. The video seems to pick up from where The Weeknd’s last single (Heartless) left, though the song is all about rekindling a relationship and his partner’s importance. Throughout the video, you’re treated to a trippy joyride through downtown LA and the Fremont Street.
Justin Bieber – Intentions
Released on Valentine’s Day, “Intentions” is one of the songs in Justin Bieber’s fifth studio album. The song’s video highlights the stories of several women working to make a difference and trying to help people who are struggling. These women share their stories and discuss education, homelessness, and foster care.
Lil Mosey – Blueberry Faygo
Blueberry Faygo is one of the latest hit songs by the fie-time verified music veteran, Lil Mosey. The song went viral last year after fans started leaking versions of it, though the official video of the song came out in February this year. The two-minute Trap R&B video was directed and edited by Cole Bennett, with Logan Meis collaborating in the photography.
The song was shot at the infamous LA Hype House mansion, where a good number of famous TikTok content creators reside. Even better, the video features TikTok influencers Lil Huddy and Addison Rae, making many people think the video was made on the platform.
Young M.A – Foreign
Young M.A released the video for “Foreign” on her 28th birthday, presenting it with blockbuster visual effects and a gaudy spree through women and cars. In the video, you can see the international rapper roll in a mustard sports car and later walking away from an explosion. She even stacks a collection of sports cars to the heaving, while brushing off beautiful girls along the way.
SiR – John Redcorn
A highlight of SiR’s last year album “Chasing Summer,” “John Redcorn,” gets its name from King of the Hill animated sitcom. This video takes the inspiration a notch higher, creating an all-black alternate version of the sitcom with R&B singer, SiR taking Redcorn’s role.